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    Oh yeah!
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    Professor - you are making tracks now! yee hah

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    Making tracks but not sure where this crazy train is taking me...

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    Default Some thoughts and questions

    Anyone have any ideas about the "X" that comes after "Hicks"?

    And what of Joyce? Some people believe his work, "Ulysses" is viewed to be one of the Nobel Prize's greatest omissions. Or, perhaps we are to just think about one of his most famous poems, "A Road Less Traveled". Could it be the road that Teddy went hunting on?

    Nice work Prof.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Genetic Blend View Post
    Anyone have any ideas about the "X" that comes after "Hicks"?

    And what of Joyce? Some people believe his work, "Ulysses" is viewed to be one of the Nobel Prize's greatest omissions. Or, perhaps we are to just think about one of his most famous poems, "A Road Less Traveled". Could it be the road that Teddy went hunting on?

    Nice work Prof.
    X marks the spot..or close at least.


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    I had thought that maybe some of the X's in this puzzle were used to rotate around...

    But if 'it's about intuition', then Ecks indeed must mark the spot...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Domino View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Genetic Blend View Post
    Anyone have any ideas about the "X" that comes after "Hicks"?

    And what of Joyce? Some people believe his work, "Ulysses" is viewed to be one of the Nobel Prize's greatest omissions. Or, perhaps we are to just think about one of his most famous poems, "A Road Less Traveled". Could it be the road that Teddy went hunting on?

    Nice work Prof.
    X marks the spot..or close at least.
    I can't see where Hicks was ever in the USA, so maybe he is not so important as maybe the year he won the prize? Maybe there is another connection between these guys.

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    [clap clap clap] Good work again Prof. Tarr....I just looked up some things about Ken Salazar, and the very first page I came across showed a picture of Ken Salazar wearing a cowboy hat, with Michelle Malkin calling him "Loathsome Cowboy", and something about him winning the Nobel Prize!

    Gee whiz.

    There's the number 6 again here (with the X). And even if X represents another Nobel prizewinner (and "Ecks" sounds good to me) it could also mean something similar to "X marks the spot".

    P.35--"an eclectic group of about 200 or so people at a convention someplace near somewhere". The location of the treasure is "Something somewhere", etc.etc. etc.

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    Why all this chatter about Salazar?
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    Quote Originally Posted by spiggan View Post
    [clap clap clap] Good work again Prof. Tarr....I just looked up some things about Ken Salazar, and the very first page I came across showed a picture of Ken Salazar wearing a cowboy hat, with Michelle Malkin calling him "Loathsome Cowboy", and something about him winning the Nobel Prize!

    Gee whiz.

    There's the number 6 again here (with the X). And even if X represents another Nobel prizewinner (and "Ecks" sounds good to me) it could also mean something similar to "X marks the spot".

    P.35--"an eclectic group of about 200 or so people at a convention someplace near somewhere". The location of the treasure is "Something somewhere", etc.etc. etc.
    SS x ss might not be referring to a multiplication problem; rather, it could be X marks the spot between SS and ss

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